FEMA Reps Coming to St. Louis RegionInspectors are contractors who will display official photo identification. If the photo identification is not displayed, it is important to ask to see it. This helps prevent fraudulent activities.
Zombie Properties Haunting St. Louis MarketOf the 27,000 vacant properties in the St. Louis area, according to RealtyTrac, nearly 10 percent are in foreclosure. Nationally, that number is about 5 percent.
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis: Younger Families Losing WealthMedian wealth for younger families down 28 percent, older families wealth up 40 percent since 1989.
Residents to NGA: We Won't Want You HereThe 47 homeowners on the North St. Louis site that is on the list of possible locations for the agency's new location gathered signatures from around the country.
Foreclosure Filings Drop in St. Louis Area, But Ferguson Remains UnderwaterNew numbers released this morning show foreclosure filings in the St. Louis area are way down, but there are troubling signs in Ferguson.
St. Louis Sees Less Foreclosures But More Homeowners Underwater New figures released this morning bring mixed news for the St. Louis housing market.
Report: 1 in 4 St. Louis Homeowners UnderwaterRealtyTrac reports that nationally, 17 percent of homeowners still owe more than their home is worth. In St. Louis, that number is 23 percent.
Report: St. Louis Housing Market Behind the Rest of the CountryThe latest figures from RealtyTrac show a 9 percent drop in underwater homeowners nationally in the last year, but only a two percent drop in St. Louis.
St. Louis: Best Metro Area for HomeownersA new study finds that St. Louis is one of the three best metro areas for home ownership.
1 in 4 St. Louis Homeowners Underwater on their MortgagesThe number of local homeowners who are still underwater on their mortgages remains high, but there is some light at the end of the tunnel.
Homebuyers Beware: Latest Scam Making Rounds Targets YouPhony firms offer help...for a steep price...before disappearing.
Koster: Mortgage Settlement Not Good EnoughMissouri Attorney General Chris Koster says it's a good start, but probably won't be enough money to help everyone hurt in the mortgage crisis.